San Francisco State UniversityA-ZSearchCalendarNeed help?News

SF State News
SF State News Home
SFSU in the News
Events Calendar
Gator Sports News

Expert commentary
Expert Commentary 1
Expert Commentary 2
Expert Commentary 3

For Journalists
News Releases
Faculty Experts
Public Affairs Staff

For Faculty
Submit a News Item
Be an Expert Source
Working with the  Media

SFSU Publications
Campus Memo
SFSU Magazine

Public Affairs

Fall '07 applications now accepted

October 2, 2006

Prospective undergraduate students planning to enroll at SF State in fall 2007 are strongly advised to submit their applications by Nov. 30.

The University began to accept undergraduate applications for fall 2007 on Oct. 1.

Academically qualified students who apply for undergraduate admission by Nov. 30 increase their chances of being admitted to SF State. After that, students run the risk of being turned away. Students should apply online, at CSU Mentor, to receive an admissions decision more quickly.

Transfer students with at least 60 transferable units and first-time freshmen are eligible for admission.

Applications for graduate study are due Nov. 1, 2006 for spring semester, May 1, 2007 for fall 2007. However, certain graduate programs have earlier deadlines and require an additional application. For details, visit the Division of Graduate Studies Web site or call (415) 338-2234.

For more details on SF State admissions, including information on majors and degree programs, costs, financial aid, on-campus housing and student life, visit the Prospective Students Web site, call (415) 338-2355 or e-mail:

Prospective students interested in on-campus housing are encouraged to submit a housing application before being admitted to SF State, as space is limited and applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. For details, visit the Housing & Residential Services Web site or call (415) 338-1067.

-- Matt Itelson




San Francisco State University

Home     Search     Need Help?    

1600 Holloway Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94132    (415) 338-1111
Last modified October 2, 2006 by University Communications